5 romance book series Netflix should consider adapting

To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You - Noah Centineo, Lana Condor - Photo Credit: Netflix / Bettina Strauss
To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You - Noah Centineo, Lana Condor - Photo Credit: Netflix / Bettina Strauss /
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This young adult series of royal romances would be an instant hit for Netflix.

Moving back to the teenage theme, the next series is vastly underrated but could be a gem for Netflix. Cleverly named the Royals series by Rachel Hawkins, this two-book series follows two very different love stories but both will put a smile on your face.

Netflix has already gotten on the hype train when it comes to films/TV shows focusing on royalty. If they want to skew to a younger demographic, adapting the Royals series is a good next step.

Unlike the other series on the list, there are only two books in the series so it would either translate well to a TV show with two seasons or two movies. The first book focuses on Daisy whose sister is engaged to the prince of Scotland and it’s basically her going to Scotland to get ready for the wedding.

It also follows a romance that Daisy has with her own “Prince Charming” which is incredibly cute and fun. As for the second book, Her Royal Highness follows the princess of Scotland, Flora and the romance she has with her roommate, Millie.

Both books are quick and fun but have some substance to them. While the plot can be a little bit lackluster, the romances make up for it. Others might point to books in Rachel Hawkins’ backlist but Royals seems like a good fit for Netflix.

Netflix even has some wiggle room as they could end up diverting from the original source material and focusing on side characters whose stories haven’t been explored yet. Either way, the Royals series is just enough scandal and sweetness to fit with their brand.